Comment 3 for bug 1207384

Stefan Fritsch (sf-sfritsch) wrote :

I don't think this should be fixed in apache'2 init script. It depends on '$network' and whatever is providing $network must ensure that the network is actually usable. Also, it makes much more sense to fix this in one place instead of hundreds of network daemons which are affected by the same issue.

If apache2's upstart configuration is missing the equivalent of the dependency on $network, this should be fixed. But this would be a Ubuntu specific issue because upstart support is not included in the Debian package. OTOH, if apache2's upstart configuration is correct, reassign this report to whatever is doing the network configuration under Ubuntu. Because then the bug must be there.